Passengers travelling from Heathrow airport next week could encounter delays due to strike action by cargo staff.
Staff working for Swissport Cargo Services will strike over pay. The first of two three-day strikes will begin on 27 June. The second walk-out is scheduled to start on 4 July.
The Unite union, which represents 275 Swissport staff, warned that airlines such as Asiana Airlines, Korean Air and Singapore Airlines could be hit the worst.
The 72 hour strike could cause flight cancellations, huge queues at check-in and longer waits in the departure lounge.
A Unite spokesman said "Flights could be delayed as cargo on passenger flights has to be properly configured before the plane can take-off. If cargo and vehicles are in the wrong place because of the strike this is going to have adverse knock-on effects."
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